1988-10-15 Estadio Antonio Vespucio Liberti, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Info & Setlist | Venue

Last show of the Amnesty Tour, broadcast worldwide live on the radio. David Sancious guests on "Cadillac Ranch", all four artists join Bruce not only for "Chimes Of Freedom" and "Get Up, Stand Up", but also for "Twist And Shout". The local guest artists are León Gieco and Charly García. "Cover Me" is played as on the Born In The U.S.A. album and "I'm On Fire" is without the keyboard introduction heard at the end of the Born In The U.S.A. Tour. "The River" is once again a duet with Sting and includes L. Shankar on the violin. "My Hometown" again has the beautiful keyboard introduction. "Dancing In The Dark" includes a snippet of "Lookin' For A Love" in the outro. Branford Marsalis plays saxophone on "Raise Your Hand" and "Twist And Shout", which includes "La Bamba". Before their set, Bruce, Roy, Nils, and Clarence join Sting's band for "Every Breath You Take". "Born To Run" is dropped for the first known time on the tour, leaving eight songs that have most likely been played at every Amnesty Tour show (although not all setlists are complete): "Born In The U.S.A.", "The Promised Land", "Cadillac Ranch", "The River" (absolutely confirmed to have been played at every show), "War", "My Hometown", "Chimes Of Freedom", and "Get Up, Stand Up".
Bruce's handwritten speech-note for the intro of "My Hometown" show the muddy footprint of Kevin Buell on the back. He slipped backstage while carrying it out, actually causing an extended intro while Bruce waited for it. it was said that Bruce was quite upset about the delay and Kevin suffered a serious injury. Ironically, Bruce only used some of his speech for the intro.



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